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The 1/X design concept car by the Toyota Motor Corporation may one day use high-technology materials such as environmentally sustainable seaweed for the main material…
Thursday, 12 February 2009 20:46

Aerosols impact Australian weather

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According to an Australian atomospheric scientist, aerosols, both naturally and artifically produced, may cause a much more damaging effect on Australian rainfall and future climate…
According to a Dutch study, if all humans went on a low-meat diet, then the actions to counter global climate change would be easier and…
Friday, 06 February 2009 20:54

Tequila ain't good for blue agave plant

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A Mexican-U.S. study shows that legally tying a product such as Tequila to its region of origin can have dire consequences for the sustainability of…
NASA announced on January 15, 2009 that two unmanned aerial Global Hawk aircraft will be used to analyze the Earth’s climate from its lofty perch…
The Purdue Terrestrial Observatory will be used as a model for the Kamal Ewida Earth Observatory in Egypt, which will provide real-time, early-warning meteorological and…
Norway researchers wondered what type of transportation method—cars/trucks, aircraft, ships, or trains—is the largest contributor to global warming. They found that the number one polluter…
Tuesday, 23 December 2008 19:22

Houston, we have a rubber duckie problem!

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NASA is looking for a few good rubber ducks, and they are willing to pay $100 for each lost duck dropped into the waters within…
Wednesday, 17 December 2008 22:31

Risk of death from U.S. natural disasters reported

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U.S. geographers researched patterns of mortality (death) within the United States. High profile disasters such as Hurricane Katrina aren’t the deadliest. Overall, risk is highest…
Thursday, 11 December 2008 20:41

DESTROYED: One out of five coral reefs

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About 19% of Earth’s coral reefs, according to the International Union for Conservation of Nature, have been destroyed and the other 81% could follow the…

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